I guess this is all a matter of perspective. I don’t accept that argument, but, again, outlook.
Thank you for this. I’d love to talk. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks. As for your comment, this is a fucked up, racist (I know it is not YOU who believes this) thing to think, but I fear you are correct.
As the Coast Guard sees it, a big part of their job is to intercept dope before it gets to shore. The more they seize, the less that gets sold in America. Basically, if they catch $60 million in drugs at sea, that is drug money that cannot be made in the homeland. That is how it was explained to me.
I love you all so much. Yes, I see the error and will take care of it.
I would not day “nothing.” The track two talks were an attempt and efforts were made to work with Pyongyang.
Well, aide is an option. America pays for everything else to maintain peace. We call it “soft power.”
That’s an interesting way of looking at it!
You nailed it! Correct. That was the point of my article.
“Pipe dreams” is correct. Thing is, there is a lot of disagreement over how to interpret Article 9 in the constitution. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe certainly thinks so. I think you are correct. It is meant to declare that Tokyo would not attack anyone, but only use force to protect itself.
There is a lot of truth to this. Most of this is a “if we do not support the military, we are taking jobs” logic. So we are basically creating jobs that are not needed and spending money that could be used for other things. I honestly do not see a way out of it. Washington refuses to reform itself because it benefits…
Thanks for your kind words!
Hello folks. I see you’re having fun with my error of miles when I clearly meant feet. I made the necessary correction. Thank you for noticing.